myweb - simple web server written in common lisp for educational reasons (tested on sbcl but should work with other implementations)
Author: Dmitry Geurkov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Licensed under LGPL v3 (see LICENSE file)
It was written so that i could become more acquainted with Common Lisp
It doesn't support parsing of POST requests (if you need it you can implement it)
It's not 100% accurate and it might be buggy so it's not for a production use
It's not striving to become anything more than a hobby
Things you need
sbcl (or any other Common Lisp implementation)
quicklisp (will download all needed dependencies for you)
To start type
sbcl --load load.lisp
And then to start web server type
(myweb:start-http "localhost" 8080)
Open your browser at http://localhost:8080
Additional start options
you can specify worker limit (maximum number of threads that will process http requests) and idle worker number using
(myweb:start-http "localhost" 8080 :worker-limit 100 :idle-workers 10)
Where do i start if i want to have my code?
Well first of all you should see handler.lisp
This file contains all request processing logic and you can modify
it to suite your needs
What encondings it support?
well since it uses trivial-utf-8 it supports only utf-8 enconding sorry
How can i test load on it?
well if you have apache2 installed you could try doing
ab -n 10000 -c 10 http://localhost:8080
How can i log something when i'm processing my request?
Use myweb.util:log-info myweb.util:log-warning and myweb.util:log-error functions